The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers and industry practitioners in multiple disciplines to discuss the challenges and promising directions in artificial intelligence support for programming. It is prompted by the recent advancements of artificial intelligence technology, which have stimulated growing interest in the programming language community on leveraging the advancements for improving programming productivity and software quality. For the inter-disciplinary nature of the topic, it is crucial to hold regular discussions across the boundaries of the AI community and the PL community. This workshop is an attempt to fill the gap by providing such a cross-disciplinary forum.

The topics relevant to this workshop include but are not limited to the following:

  • Natural Language-Based Program Synthesis
  • Program Analysis Driven by Deep Learning
  • Mining Program Specifications
  • Machine Learning-Based Compiler Construction
  • Program Refactoring by Artificial Intelligence
  • AI-Assisted Programming Language Design
  • AI-Based Program Diagnosis
  • Knowledge Engineering for Programming Systems
  • Emerging Techniques for Automatic Programming

The workshop will take place on Saturday June 22, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, as part of the PLDI workshops at ACM FCRC. It will consist of a mix of invited talks, research paper presentations, and panel discussions. The invited speakers will include experts in both PLDI community and AI community to stimulate discussions across the disciplinary boundaries.

Call for Papers

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